Internal Audit-Risk Management - RISKY BUSINESS - Now more than ever companies are concerned about information security risks. Internal auditors can help audit committees identify, assess and address the effectiveness of IT systems and controls as they focus on risk management strategies.
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Journal of accountancy : publication of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. - Jersey City, NJ : Inst., ISSN 0021-8448, ZDB-ID 2193590. - Vol. 193.2002, 6, p. 65-72
COSO at a Crossroad - The Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO) labored long and hard to produce its Enterprise Risk Management Integrated Framework, but is this model at risk of being shunted aside by nimbler, more popular competitors? One positive sign: Despite its perceived weaknesses, studies show that companies outside the U.S. are adopting it at a level ...
Quinn, Lawrence Richter, (2006)
The Rules Explosion: Is it Time to Move Toward Principles? Accounting standards setting has degenerated into a Rube Goldberg structure with a plethora of rules that dictates accounting treatments in a system that pleases no one. That's why a number of accounting and finance spokespersons are calling for an overhaul with more emphasis placed on overarching principles understandable to everyone with ...
Quinn, Lawrence Richter, (2003)
Strengthening the Role of the Audit Committee - To prevent Enron-like fiascos, five financial executives with audit committee experience say that audit chairs must set the agenda, tell auditors they report to the audit committee first and foremost, and work to establish good relationships with finance and accounting staff members.
Quinn, Lawrence Richter, (2002)
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